How to Build a Business Case for Expense Management Automation

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Automating your finance processes can be a pivotal move for your company’s financial and overall health. It makes tracking costs easier, helps employees stay compliant with financial policies, and gives you more control over spending. Over time, you’ll free your employees from tedious manual tasks, and you’ll gain better visibility to support your cash flow.


As great as this may sound, embracing change can be a challenge for any size company – particularly if key stakeholders think the current manual system is “good enough.”


Change takes time. And buy-in. So we’ve made it easier for you to get everyone on the same page.


Download this ebook for talking points on the far-reaching benefits of expense management automation. It addresses the typical concerns of stakeholders across teams, including company leadership, finance leaders, accounts payable, and your IT team.

Employee experience spans every touchpoint across the organization, including interactions with people, processes, and technology. Travel, expense, and invoice management is one example that typically affects a large proportion of employees and has a reputation for being time consuming and difficult. Only 26% of executives say they are effective at processing, approving and reimbursing travel and expense reports.2 Reimaging your travel, expense, and invoice management experience, considering employees’ needs first, is one way to improve your overall employee experience.  

In this whitepaper, SAP Concur and Accenture experts discuss new employee expectations and share tips on building a better experience for employees and finance team. Download it today.  

 

Source 1: Care to do Better, Accenture, 2020 

Souce 2: Empowering Your People, Oxford Economics, 2022